The Great Gatsby, Catch 22, almost anything Vonnegut, Hitchhiker's Guide, A Song of Ice and Fire, The Foundation series, On The Road, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, and I need to reread The Stranger because I understand absurdism better now (addendum: reread it and it totally made more sense now that I know everything is pointless) If Walls Could Talk: An Intimate History of the Home, How To Win Friends and Influence People
I'm an amateur history nerd.
The Strokes, The Beatles, Pavement, The Jicks, Dinosaur Jr., Guided By Voices, Sonic Youth, Vampire Weekend, Mike Adams, Good Luck, Talking Heads, Television, Kanye West, Gang Starr, Beastie Boys, Tom Verlaine, Richard Lloyd, My Bloody Valentine, The White Stripes, Green Day, The Stone Roses, Blur, Oasis, Dinner, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Graham Coxon, Jawbreaker, The Promise Ring, The Velvet Underground, The Go! Team, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, Archers of Loaf, The La's
The last song I listened to on repeat was Do You Still Hate Me by Jawbreaker.
2) Music! Playing and listening
4) Books because I want to trick people into thinking I'm smart
6) Obviously the internet
You think the fact that I asked for Gibbons' Decline and Fall for Christmas is sort of cool.
You like absurdism